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UNFIX Festival:
Welcome to Sodom (Black Box Films)

Sat 30 March 2019

Agbogbloshie, Accra is the largest electronic waste dump in the world. About 6000 women, men and children live and work here. They call it "Sodom". Every year about 250,000 tons of sorted out computers, smartphones, air conditions tanks and other devices from a far away electrified and digitalized world end up here. Illegally.

Cleverly interwoven, the destinies of the various protagonists unravel the complex story of this apocalyptic society. Their very personal inner voices allow a deep insight into life and work at this place – and of Sodom itself.

And you can be sure - it will most probably be the final destination of the smartphone, the computer you buy today.

This screening is kindly supported by Goethe Institut.

Tickets

Tickets for UNFIX festival are on a sliding scale and you can choose what to pay based on your circumstances. An allocation of FREE tickets have also been reserved for those who face financial barriers to attendance. For more info on our programme and sliding scale ticketing policy visit: www.unfixfestival.com

Day Passes:
Friday - £9/£7/£4 + £1 booking fee
Saturday - £14/£11/£6 + £1 booking fee
Sunday - £14/£11/£6 + £1 booking fee

3 Day Festival Pass: £32/£25/£14 + £1 booking fee